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Count Chemicals, Not Calories

In the last few decades, there has been a noticeable and concerning trend in society - an increase in weight gain and the prevalence of diseases related to toxins. Since 1968, various factors, including changes in lifestyle, diet, stress, glyphosates in food and water, and environmental influences, have contributed to this alarming phenomenon.

Did you know that fat can melt off your body as a “side effect” of detoxing chemicals and being healthy?

Are you tired of counting calories and not seeing the results you desire in your weight loss journey? It may be time to shift your focus to the chemicals in your food and water. Recent research has shown that certain chemicals commonly found in processed foods can disrupt hormones and lead to weight gain. Instead of obsessing over calorie counts, count the chemicals found in your food and water and choose to detox.

For the past 20 years, I have observed that many people tend to lose weight after undergoing a series of colonics and/or detox programs with moderate diet changes. While colonics are primarily used to cleanse the colon and remove toxins from the body, the weight loss benefits are a bonus for many clients. Through the process of colon hydrotherapy, detoxification, and diet changes the body can eliminate waste and excess water, resulting in a slimmer and more toned appearance and more importantly a healthier version of YOU!

Program includes: (view program)

  • some general diet suggestions

  • 6 professional-grade homeopathic tinctures (see details below)

  • 3 half-hour coaching sessions

  • 2 colonic sessions

  • discounted colonics & lymphatic sessions

To schedule an appointment please click here.




Disclaimer: The services and suggestions at Creative Lifeflow are not intended to replace professional medical advice. Therefore, please consult your doctor before trying any suggestions given by Creative Lifeflow. Please read the disclaimer. The information provided is for educational purposes and is not intended as medical advice or a substitute for the medical advice of a physician or other qualified health care professional. I do not aim to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any illness or disease. I aim to empower you with information so that you can make your own informed decisions. You should always consult with a doctor or other health care professional for medical advice or information about diagnosis and treatment. The information in this newsletter has not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration or any other medical body.

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